About the team behind poetry.sg.



Assembled with parts from Hong Kong and Malaysia, Tse Hao Guang 謝皓光 is the author of hyperlinkage (2013) and Deeds of Light (2015, both Math Paper Press), the latter shortlisted for the 2016 Singapore Literature Prize. He co-edits the cross-genre, collaborative e-journal OF ZOOS, and UnFree Verse (2017), the anthology of Singapore poetry in received and nonce forms. He is a 2016 fellow of the International Writing Program. www.tsehaoguang.com (Photo credit: Jon Gresham)

  • Associate Critical Editor (English): Jerome Lim



Annaliza Bakri is an educator and translator. Her translations of Malay poems have been published by the US-based journal Prairie Schooner and Singapore’s Text in the City. Adding “storyteller” to her many personas, she performed her translation of an award-winning novel, Batas Langit, written by Mohamed Latiff Mohamed, at the Singapore International Storytelling Festival 2014.

  • Associate Critical Editor (Malay): Hamid Roslan



Daryl Qilin Yam is a Singaporean writer of prose and poetry, editor and arts organiser. His first novel, Kappa Quartet (2016), was longlisted for the inaugural Epigram Books Fiction Prize, and has since been released in both Singapore and the UK. He received an NAC Creation Grant and a Seoul Art Space Yeonhui residency for his second novel, currently in development. darylqilinyam.com (Photo credit: vrkur)

  • Associate Web Editor: Trina Priscilla Ng



Jennifer Anne Champion is a writer and performance poet. She has been described by Juice Magazine as gifted with “swift, animated style”. Jennifer has performed her work in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Israel and is a regular voice in the Singapore spoken word scene. In 2015, she released her first solo work of poetry—A History of Clocks (Red Wheelbarrow Books). Her second collection with Math Paper Press under the Ten Year Series imprint is titled Caterwaul (2016). When not writing, Jennifer teaches and performs slam and performance poetry in public schools with institutions such as Word Forward and the National Arts Council. www.jenniferannechampion.com